DHTML Slides, at the moment, is a proof of concept for html-based presentation-slides, pimped up with some DHTML.
Have a look at some example slides for an easy and quick overview:
→ start the show. [ good ]
→ start the show in a new window. [ better, recommended, but not necessary ]
'In the end, I am not even sure, whether HTML was meant for stuff like that. Maybe other formats, like PDF (see links below), satisfy the need for more advanced slides better.
I welcome comments.
I did a small fun online presentation for a lanparty team. It was received well. I don't want to post a link here as some of the used pictures are private.
There are some similar projects on the net:
Static solutions (e.g. axpoint) - even though vector based - are not an option. Even less acceptable are static pixel based solutions like latex2slides. Of course there have always been lecturers (e.g. jeffrey zeldmann) using plain html for their presentations - neat and flexible - but not satisfying.